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TB Epidemic Hits Anambra, As Over 2000 Patients Receive Treatment

Over 2000 Tuberculosis patients are currently receiving treatment at various Directly-Observed Therapy (DOT) centres in Anambra State, the state commissioner for Health, Dr. Joe Akabuike

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Good Drinking Water And Boreholes Reduce Cancer And Others

Lack of access to quality drinking water is one of the causes of the rising cancer cases in the country, Director, Center for Water and

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Trypophobia: The Fear Of Holes Causes The Brain To Work Harder 

Trypophobia is a fear of closely-packed holes in every day objects It can trigger reactions like nausea, shortness of breath and a racing heart Psychologists say

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Popular Nigerian Cancer Patient Debbie Idiagbonya Is Dead

Popular Nigerian cancer patient, Debbie Osarere Idiagbonya, has now lost her prolonged battle with cancer, today, April 1, 2016. Debbie who has spent years battling

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How Women Lose The Most Weight At The Age 25… But Are Most Likely To Put It On five Years Later

Women find it easiest to diet at 25 years old, according to a new survey 30 is when women are most likely to put on

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Read How To Avoid Diabetes And Natural Treatment

Diabetes raises the risk of heart disease by four to five times compared with people without the disease. For this reason, in addition to completely

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The Machine That Unboiled Eggs Could Help Treat CANCER: Method Used To Unravel Egg Proteins Can Be Used In Medical Devices 

Professor Colin Raston received recognition for a method to unboil an egg  His machine can unravel proteins in egg white back to their natural state

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Don’t Allow Type 2 Diabetes Hijack Your Sex Life!

Sexual problems that occur with type 2 diabetes can be frustrating, embarrassing, and cause anxiety. Patients may feel that throwing in the towel and giving

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Lassa Fever: 7 suspected patients leaves hospital in Taraba

Lassa Fever7 suspected patients leaves hospital in Taraba Attah Iliya, Head of Clinical services if the Federal Medical Center, Jalingo has confirmed that seven suspected Lassa

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SO SAD: Pregnant Woman Dies Of Lassa Fever And 216 Contacts Certified Free

– Pregnant woman’s death is the second reported life lost to Lassa Fever in Ogun state – Commissioner for health explains state’s Lassa Fever status

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Lassa Fever: 110 persons isolated in Ogun state

Babatunde Ipaye, Commissioner for health, Ogun state during a visit to the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu, Ogun State on Saturday said that the

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Lassa Fever: LUTH Discharges 25 Year Old Patient In Lagos

According to the statement, an adequate system to manage the patient was put in palce, this includes an isolation centre with drugs, medical team (nurses,

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Diabetes Is Completely Reversible

If you are like me, you easily believe some of the lies you’ve been told about diabetes. Click http://www.wellnessinvest.com.ng I am sure you have been told

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10 women die from child labour in Abia due to absence of medical care

No fewer than 10 women have died in child labour in the last 12 months at Sheriff Cattle Market, Lokpanta in Umunochi Local Government Area

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Endometriosis: Painful menstruation is not normal, speak out

During monthly menstruation, the female body sheds the endometrium (uterine lining) in the process known as a “menstruation" and commonly referred to as "period".When period

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Zika: Scientists breeding 20 million male mosquitoes to fight virus

According to QZ, the scientists are breeding 20 million male mosquitoes per week, to copulate with the wild female mosquitoes causing the zika virus.Read: Cape

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WHO: Over 12 million People Died From Environmental Pollutions In 2012

‘In 2012, 12.6 million people died from living or working in an unhealthy environment’ In a recent report titled, ‘Preventing disease through healthy environments: a global

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Zika Virus: Cape Verde identifies first case of microcephaly

The Cape Verde archipelago off West Africa has identified its first case of the neurological disorder microcephaly, thought to be linked to the Zika virus,

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Ayo Van Elmar: Drinks to avoid when you're on a diet

Unbeknown to many, drinks do infact play an important role in dieting. The key to a successful diet is the ability to effectively manage calories, and

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Foods That Helps With Diabetes

HAVE YOU BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH DIABETES?…EAT THESE 2 SUPER NIGERIAN FOOD AND GET WELL FAST. If you have diabetes, what I’m about to share with

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Health Tips: Find Out What Scientists Think Is Best Way To Quit Smoking

  For about seventy five percent of those who have tried to quit smoking but relapsed, there’s some hope. Scientists have discovered a nicotine vaccine that

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3 dead, 10 infected in fresh Bauchi Lassa Fever outbreak

No fewer than three persons have died from a fresh outbreak of Lassa Fever, while 10 members of a family are currently infected with the

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How To Naturally Improve Sperm Health

Prior to now, it was popularly believed that infertility is something that affects the woman alone. However, reality has shown to us now that the

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4 Reasons Why You Should Always Drink Lemon Water

People say they lack time and for that reason they do not follow any healthy habit. However, if one wants to change their lifestyle and

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7 Shocking and Surprising Health Benefits of Cannabis

Smoking Marijuana has been found to be beneficial to the health according to leading health experts and researchers who provided seven ways it is possible. 

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Detoxification: The natural approach to improving sperm health

It is an established fact that conception is a complex process involving the man’s sperm and the woman’s egg. It is also a reality that

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Scientists ‘find cancer’s Achilles heel’

BBC News: Scientists believe they have discovered a way to “steer” the immune system to kill cancers. They have developed a method, reported in Science journal,

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Lassa Fever Kills Doctor, Nurse, Pregnant Woman

The Kaduna State Commissioner for Health, Professor Jonathan Nok, on Monday said three persons affected by Lassa fever have been confirmed dead at the Saint

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FG Appoints New National Veterinary Research Institute Boss

Dr David Shamaki, Director (Research), of the National Veterinary Research Institute (NVRI), has been appointed as the Acting Executive Director of the institute. Shamaki’s appointment

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France records first sexually-transmitted case of Zika

An Aedes Aegypti mosquito, which transmits the Zika virus is photographed on human skin in a lab. Source: AFP

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SPONSORED: CALORAD SUCCESSES

SLEEP TO SLEEP METHOD OF WEIGHT LOSS CALORAD IS PROUD OF EVERY PERSONAL WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY THAT OUR ESTEEMED CUSTOMERS HAVE SHARED WITH US This

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U.S. Reports 14 New Cases of Zika Sexual Transmission

The U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it was investigating 14 new reports of possible sexual transmission of the Zika virus in

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Fresh Disease Outbreak Kills 25 Children In Lekki

Jide Idris, the Lagos state commissioner of health, has confirmed the death of 25 children as a result of an outbreak of the Febrile Rash

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Woman Dying of Cancer Makes 3 Wishes in Hospital Bed

What shall it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? This goes to explain how a certain multi billionaire father

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US Issues Blood-Donating Guidelines To Combat Zika

US health officials on Tuesday issued new guidelines for donating blood aimed at avoiding the contamination of the country’s blood supplies with the Zika virus. Sexual

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Meet The Lady Who Is Burning Alive!

A 25-year old lady suffering from an excruciating and strange skin condition called 'Man on Fire' syndrome, which leaves her suffering from second degree burns

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Read More About The Deadly Fever Killing Nigerians

The outbreak of lassa fever in some Nigerian states seems to be gaining strength as the Federal Government confirms new death toll.   The Federal Government

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Health Workers Flee From Suspected Lassa Fever Patient

Health workers at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, took to their heels when a patient who was suspected to have been down with

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Breaking News: First Case of Lassa Fever Confirmed In Lagos

The worries concerning the spread of Lassa fever in Nigeria has hit Lagos following the shocking confirmation of an infected patient today, 16th of January.  The

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Council To Sanction Hospitals For Unethical Conduct On Lassa Fever

Sanction awaits any health facility that fails to report suspected cases of Lassa fever to appropriate quarters in good time,the Medical and Dental Council of

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Lassa Fever: Don’t Drink Garri With Cold Water

Residents of Port Harcourt have been advised to stop drinking garri soaked in cold water for now, because rats that carry the highly contagious Lassa

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New Viral Disease Rivals Ebola, Lassa Fever

On January 14, the World Health Organisation declared that West Africa was free of the deadly haemorrhagic fever, Ebola. West Africa was the disease’s stronghold

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Must Read: Reasons Why You Should Drink Salt Water Every Morning

Morning routines are one of the most important things for a great start of the day. If drinking salty water is not part of your

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Check Out Simple Method To Whiten Teeth In Just 2 Minutes

This is the reason why all of us want to have white and neat teeth. The first step, if you want to steal the look

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WHO Declared Zika Virus An International Public Health Emergency

The World Health Organization has declared the spread of Zika virus an international public health emergency and has freed funds to combat the disease. “This is

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Lassa Fever kill over 100 in Nigeria

A growing Lassa fever outbreak in Nigeria has killed 101 people, as West Africa battles to contain a flare up of the virus, according to

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58,000 babies born with HIV annually in Nigeria – UN

4728The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS has stated that about 58,000 babies are born HIV/AIDS positive yearly in Nigeria. The Executive Director of UNAIDS and

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Bananas may help detect, cure skin cancer, according to new study

The black spots on old banana peels may unlock a faster, easier diagnosis of human skin cancer, boosting survival chances, scientists said Monday. When bananas ripen,

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Yoruba People Are Genetically Immune To Lassa Fever Virus – Prof. Happi

Prof. Christian Happi has claimed that Yoruba people, by the make-up of their genes, are immune to Lassa virus that causes Lassa fever. According to National

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